The Utah Jazz head into free agency with a lot to do in terms of team building. The first is the search for a new coach after the departure of Quin Snyder. The Salt Lake City franchise has interviewed many different candidates, but only Johnnie Bryant, Will Hardy and Adrian Griffin have had more than one office appointment. Which does not mean that they are the favorites for the position. The second point, perhaps just as central, is the future of Rudy Gobert, for whom it seems that the Jazz are still looking for accommodation.
According to points Tony Jones in The Athletic, Utah moved heaven and earth to find a way out on draft night. However, none of the offers they received convinced the Jazz. Chicago and Atlanta were some of the most talked about destinations, but for now it seems that the negotiations have cooled down. This has returned the process to the start box. In the same article it is suggested that Utah management envisions a move from Donovan Mitchell to the point guard position full time. For which they plan to surround him in size and physique on the perimeter.
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